Rushil Reddy

Movies are art, art is infinite. I am just a mere wanderer and letterboxd is my compass

Favorite films

  • Fight Club
  • A Clockwork Orange
  • Interstellar
  • Tamasha

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  • Major

    ★★★

  • Viraata Parvam

    ★★★½

  • Samrat Prithviraj

    ★★

  • Anek

    ★★★

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  • Viraata Parvam

    Viraata Parvam

    ★★★½

    Another ignored good film

    This film has some honest film making. The first half was good and the first few scenes hooked me up. Second half lost me a bit brought me back in for the near perfect climax. I thought they would find the book cause it was build up that way.Some people are going to think the girl is dumb, foolish for chasing her love and are not going to be invested which brilliantly is even addressed in…

  • Samrat Prithviraj

    Samrat Prithviraj

    ★★

    Instead of morphing so many stuntmen faces they could have removed one face from the film completely.

    The production design was top notch, every frame looked good cause of the costumes and jewellery. Akshay Kumar did not suit the role, there was no power in him and honestly it's not completely his fault. The screenplay and direction sucked balls, in historical films the plot is mostly known but how it is presented is important. There absolutely no high moments in…

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  • Friends: The Reunion

    Friends: The Reunion

    ★★★★★

    Heartwarming!
    Almost made me cry out loud. U guys should watch this at mid night. This was a ride, they showed the bloopers, the table read, so many clips, audience stories and amazing guests. People who hate this show did not watch it or they just like hating on famous things. Yes, the laugh track is cringe but this show is an exception, the laugh track feels good when you watch alone or have no friends. The series was shot…

  • The Batman

    The Batman

    ★★★★

    If there weren't kids in this world this film would be R rated lol

    Hands down Robert Pattinson is the best "Batman". The way he manifested the anger and vengeance angle, i mean i could literally see lighthouse shades in this film. This film was soo noir and the payoff was a blast. The character curve from vengeance to hope was perfectly done. Srsly tho when "Something in the way" i got goosebumps and it played twice. The cinematography is…